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The album's first single, "Simon Simon", successfully charted. Bozzio subsequently reformed Missing Persons and continues to perform the band's repertoire at venues across the United States. She has also participated periodically in reunions of the original band and has continued her work as a solo artist. In 2014, Bozzio was signed to Cleopatra Records and released a second studio album in 2020 titled DREAMING.
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LIFE IS SO STRANGE
One of music's most recognizable and influential artists, Missing Person's, Dale Bozzio, shares her most intimate and inspirational moments in this superb autobiography! Bozzio kisses and tells ALL, weaving stories from throughout her entire life including her childhood, her time as a Playboy bunny, her fateful introduction to Frank Zappa, her meteoric rise with Missing Persons, her love affair and collaborations with Prince, and so much more! Hardcover book of 300+ full color pages with incredible never-seen-before photos from Dale's personal archive as well as lyric sheets, poetry, and various other memorabilia! Also includes a collectible 7" PINK vinyl with recut versions of "Destination Unknown" and a remix of "Mental Hopscotch" by Kevin Haskins of Bauhaus!
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With Frank Zappa
Joe's Garage, Act I (1979)
Joe's Garage, Acts II and III (1979)
The Lost Episodes (1996)
With Missing Persons
Missing Persons EP (1980) No. 46 US
Spring Session M (1982, 1995) No. 17 US
Rhyme & Reason (1984, 2000) No. 43 US
Color in Your Life (1986, 2000) No. 88 US
The Best of Missing Persons (1987)
Late Nights Early Days (1998)
Remixed Hits (1999)
Lost Tracks (2002)
Classic Masters: Missing Persons (2002)
The Best of Missing Persons: 10 Best Series (2002)
Walking in LA: The dance mixes (2006)
Live From the Danger Zone!: Dale Bozzio & Missing Persons (March 2008 Acadia Records UK – Europe & Airline Records – USA)
Missing in Action (2014)
Riot in English (1988)
New Wave Sessions (2007)
Talk Talk EP (2010)
Make Love Not War (2010)
Mental Hopscotch (1982)
Destination Unknown (1982)
Noticeable One (1983)
Surrender Your Heart (1984)
Right Now (1984)
I Can't Think About Dancing (1986)
With Frank Sinatra
L.A. is My Lady (1984)
Simon Simon (1988)
"Walking in LA" live with Lunden Reign, Live at LA Pride Festival (June 7, 2014)
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